Wednesday, October 12, 2011
2012 VW Up
The VW Up! 2012 is very small at less than 140 centimeters long, about the same size as the Fiat 500, and have room for four people. The interior space is maximized by a long wheelbase and short overhangs, with 8.9 cubic feet of cargo space available behind the rear seats and up to 33.6 cubic feet with the seats folded.
The look of the VW Up! 2012 It is true that the concept: a vertical greenhouse, a large hatch, rear glass black, and tiny overhangs. Both front and rear fascias are almost identical to the concept, with a minimalist version of the new corporate face of Volkswagen and large taillights. The interior is kept simple touch of color adjustment, a large central speedometer, and an optional portable touch screen device that integrates with the vehicle diagnostic system and includes shipping.
Power VW Up! 2012 is a trio of all-new three-cylinder engines. Chances are that you see when the car goes on sale in the U.S. are two petrol engines and 74 makes 59 hp, respectively. Standard is a start / stop system to help save fuel, producing an estimated return of 56 mpg for the engine of 59 hp and 55 mpg for the 74 hp engine. A 67 horsepower engine to natural gas will be available shortly after the release of the vehicle that Volkswagen estimates back to 73 mpg. The three engine choices for the Up! be offered with a five-speed manual transmission. And coming in 2013, the 2009 E-Up! concept brought to life with a production version up to all-electric!.
VW also pack the VW Up! 2012 technology with high-end security as the new emergency braking system in the city. Similar City Safety Volvo system, the Board uses a laser system to detect pedestrians or vehicles in front of the car and can automatically activate the brakes to reduce the possibility of an accident. The system is activated at speeds up to 18 kilometers per hour and will be standard on all Up! models.
The 2012 Volkswagen Up! make its official debut next month at the Frankfurt Motor Show, and sales in Europe will begin in December this year. While prices have not been announced yet, VW has announced along with the Up! White and VW Up! 2012 Black editions launch, buyers can choose between the base and on top! trim levels.